This set contains: 

Ucuuba Restorative Hand Cream, 75g: Enriched with a blend of repairing Ucuuba Butter and Murumuru Butter, this extremely effective hand cream softens and smooths skin for up to 30 hours and provides a protective barrier against the elements. The rich texture absorbs quickly to leave hands feeling comfortable, not greasy.

  • Stimulates the natural production of collagen and elastin.
  • The hand cream hydrates hands and cuticles for immediate and prolonged repair.

Ucuuba Body Butter, 200g: This skin-pampering body butter is blended with restorative Ucuuba butter gathered in the heart of Brazil. Its unique rich but "dry" texture melts into the skin for a tempting, soft-to-the-touch experience.

  • Repairs extremely dry and rough skin for up to 48 hours of lasting hydration.

Ucuuba Bar Soap, 150g: Made in the Amazon, this vegetable-based soap contains a blend of pure Brazilian oils. Enriched with repairing Ucuuba Butter and Vitamin E to replenish and moisturize.

  • Delicately cleanses and perfumes skin
  • Leaves skin feeling soft

William Santiago Holiday Gift Box: Our gift boxes feature illustrations that embody the dreams of a more beautiful world. They were designed to add even more excitement to the act of gift unwrapping.

  • Ucuuba Restorative Hand Cream: Apply to back of hands and massage until absorbed. Apply day and night, as needed.
  • Ucuuba Body Butter: Apply to dry areas, smooth and massage into skin until completely absorbed.
  • Ucuuba Bar Soap: Apply to back of hands and massage until absorbed. Apply day and night, as needed.

Holiday Ucuuba Collection Set

Star Ingredient: In Tupi, the local language of the Amazon, Ucuuba means the “butter tree” because its red seeds are the source of a naturally hydrating and healing balm rich in essential fatty acids. 

With a dry touch and surprisingly light texture, Ucuuba butter restores and repairs even very dry skin.

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Formulated Without: parabens, sulfates, phthalates, propylene glycol, mineral oil, PABA, petroleum, triclosan, DEA and animal ingredients.



In Tupi, the extinct local language of native South American tribes, Ucuuba means the butter tree.​

The tree, born close to the waters in Amazonia, has fruits with seeds that yield a naturally hydrating balm. The ancient natives discovered that this butter helped to heal the skin and they applied it to wounds.​


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